Sunday, July 29, 2012

Unusual pops of color.

One thing I am really trying to channel and master right now is the "pop of color" style and the unusual color match style. You know, making regular outfits a little bolder and more different with an unusual pop of color. And mixing different colors together, colors that you normally don't think would work well together, until you wear them in one outfit. It's those styles that you really need to carry well because if you don't rock it in the way you carry yourself, you're going to look a like a mess.

(all outfits from and

For this one, the pop of color would mainly be the red. In such a simple, white, neutral outfit, the red wedges really make things much bolder, but tie in with the floral shorts.

For this one, I love how light turquoise was mixed with coral or orange. Cause really you know, when you see them separately, you'd never think that they would go together. And I like how the neutral heels and bag just tie things together as well. 

This one is similar to the previous one, except the pants omg the pants. I absolutely love them. And it's cool how the pants have both colors, turquoise and coral, so it brings everything together. Casually chic. <3

For this one, again, the pants. THE PANTS. Ugh. Lovelovelove. Brings a brighter side to the black and dark part of the outfit. Very New York style. 

Here, it's the bold pink and the light turquoise that makes the outfit unique. It's also pretty amazing how you don't really need accessories to make the outfit complete. Yes, it will make things more interesting, but it looks fine just the way it is. I used to believe that each outfit needs at least one accessory because it brings the entire outfit together, may it be a simple chain necklace, or a ring, or hairpiece, something. I was wrong. Haha.

For this outfit, (my favorite fashion blogger, Frida, by the way!) the pop of color would be the bold tan bag. It really stands out because the entire outfit is more pastel and neutral. 

I absolutely love this outfit. I really like how the red is so bold, but it's not the bloody color of red. Even the shade of the color will really make a difference in an outfit. This is the perfect red that goes with grey and black. <3

Very tribal outfit with a fashion twist. Haha. This has a lot of color and pattern combinations that I love and it just works together. 

This would actually also be one of my favorite outfits. I absolutely love that blazer, and how it works sow ell with the outfit. Ahh so much love for this I cannot stress that enough.

It was this outfit where I saw for the first time this style being used. The skirt-in-a-skirt style. It's really unique and interesting. But for this one in particular, I love how she used a different pattern and color scheme to bring the two skirts together.

Another one of my favorite outfits! It's just so cute ahhh. Stylish, colorful street style right there. 

This'll be my last post, considering this and my last post are pretty long. I'll be back next week or even earlier if I don't get dumped on with plates. Haha. 


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